Batam Most Vulnerable area in Upcoming Local Elections

MediaIndonesia.com
08 Mei 2010

Batam Most Vulnerable area in Upcoming Local Elections

MediaIndonesia.com
08 Mei 2010

Batam Most Vulnerable area in Upcoming Local Elections

MediaIndonesia.com
08 Mei 2010

BATAM - Batam is the most vulnerable area with regards to safety in the upcoming Riau Islands local elections according to KEPRI Police Chief, Brigadier General Pudji Hartanto.

"The most vulnerable area in the region is Poltabes Barelang,(Batam City Police)" said Chief Pudji in Batam, on Saturday.

He also stated that based on police analysis, the level of vulnerability varies, but Batam is still considered the most vulnerable due to its greater population density.

"But, overall, things are conducive," Chief Pudji added.

Two-thirds of police in the Riau Islands Province (as many as 2600 officers) will be used to secure the election.

The May 26 elections will see one in every four polling stations guarded a police officer, he stated.

Polling stations which are considered vulnerable, will have increased police presence. "In accordance with the vulnerability of the polling station," Chief Pudji explained.

Police, he said, in securing the election in Kepri will serve in preventive and educative rolls, adapting the friendly, polite, gentle and communicative culture for which ethnic Malays in the area are known.

The Police chief admits that there is a potential for conflict in the elections due of the differences in mission and vision of candidates and the competitive climate. However, he asked all candidates to participate in fair competition in order to ensure a peaceful election. (Ant/as/OL-02

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<span style="font-size: 14pt"><span style="font-weight: bold"> Batam Most Vulnerable area in Upcoming Local Elections</span></span><br /> <br /> MediaIndonesia.com <br /> 08 Mei 2010<br /> <br /> BATAM - Batam is the most vulnerable area with regards to safety in the upcoming Riau Islands local elections according to KEPRI Police Chief, Brigadier General Pudji Hartanto.<br /> <br /> &quot;The most vulnerable area in the region is Poltabes Barelang,(Batam City Police)&quot; said Chief Pudji in Batam, on Saturday.<br /> <br /> He also stated that based on police analysis, the level of vulnerability varies, but Batam is still considered the most vulnerable due to its greater population density.<br /> <br /> &quot;But, overall, things are conducive,&quot; Chief Pudji added.<br /> <br /> Two-thirds of police in the Riau Islands Province (as many as 2600 officers) will be used to secure the election.<br /> <br /> The May 26 elections will see one in every four polling stations guarded a police officer, he stated.<br /> <br /> Polling stations which are considered vulnerable, will have increased police presence. &quot;In accordance with the vulnerability of the polling station,&quot; Chief Pudji explained.<br /> <br /> Police, he said, in securing the election in Kepri will serve in preventive and educative rolls, adapting the friendly, polite, gentle and communicative culture for which ethnic Malays in the area are known.<br /> <br /> The Police chief admits that there is a potential for conflict in the elections due of the differences in mission and vision of candidates and the competitive climate. However, he asked all candidates to participate in fair competition in order to ensure a peaceful election. (Ant/as/OL-02<br /> <br /> Original Article <a href="http://www.mediaindonesia.com/read/2010/05/05/141475/126/101/Pemilukada_Batam_Paling_Rawan_di_Kepri" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Here</a>
Originally Posted By: Bill Brasky
Police, he said, in securing the election in Kepri will serve in preventive and educative rolls, adapting the friendly, polite, gentle and communicative culture for which ethnic Malays in the area are known.

which is all very true, except that the majority of the voters in batam now are unfriendly, impolite, kasar, loudmouth bataks and east indonesians!
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Bill Brasky</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Police, he said, in securing the election in Kepri will serve in preventive and educative rolls, adapting the <span style="font-weight: bold">friendly, polite, gentle and communicative culture for which ethnic Malays in the area are known</span>. </div></div> <br /> which is all very true, except that the majority of the voters in batam now are unfriendly, impolite, kasar, loudmouth bataks and east indonesians!<br />
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